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Are you an innovative leader, who has experience providing public health scientific expertise to promote and improve the health and safety of the public? Are you passionate about transforming and modernizing Public Health? If so, the…Continue
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Estamos buscando a hispanohablantes latinos - Invitados para nuestro programa de desarrollo personal. El programa sale en vivo los martes en español y la entrevista se realiza a través de Skype. Si usted es un entrenador / coach, un autor, un orador…Continue
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Do you enjoy playing with words? If so, would you like to develop your writing skills and find your voice? Perhaps you could even become an editor and help Hispanic writers find their voice and develop their stories. Read the following interview with English and Spanish bilingual editor Erich Lagasse and learn how. Please tell […]
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Have you given up and now accept mediocrity as a given? Or are you ready to succeed in your professional career? Read the following interview with Monica Guzman, an executive coach and motivational speaker, and learn how to stop playing the victim and do whatever is necessary to rise above the negative energy—there are no […]
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Dario F Gaitan is the Director of Research and Development and also is an Adjunct Professor of Physical Acoustics at the Universidad de San Buenaventura. I am an experimental physicist with a twenty-five-year history in acoustic cavitation and cavitation physics. Born in Medellin, Colombia, I came to the US in 1979 to study at the University […]
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Elsa Prado is a Spanish Interpreter, Author, and Radio Correspondent for Language Line Solutions and the Hands Off Our Children Organization. Please give us a brief description of what you do. I am coded as an all-call Spanish interpreter. Because I am a certified medical interpreter, I handle medical calls, but I also handle court calls. When the […]
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Tips to become a product manager Jose Aranda, Global Product Manager at Citigroup, shares his perspective on what bilingualism can do. Please give us a Brief description of what you do. As a product manager, I manage liquidity solutions products for large corporations on a global basis. Did you find this job through LatPro? My first […]
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Nearly 40 million Americans have a disability, and over 73% of those suffer from conditions that are not outwardly apparent, also known as ‘invisible’ disabilities. Take me, for instance. I have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), a digestive condition I share with up to 20% of Americans, and a history of severe depression. Living with a […]
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Since the Civil Rights Act passed in 1964 — which criminalized discriminatory hiring (and firing) practices — there have been roughly 14,500 studies determining that a diverse workforce drives organizational success. One would think, by now, we would be in the advanced stages of attracting, growing, and retaining diverse talent. Unfortunately, that is still far […]
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Avoiding LGBTQ Workplace Discrimination: Should You Come Out at Work? When I came out as bisexual to my family and friends, I hoped it would be the last time I had that awkward conversation. Then I graduated college and moved from my liberal hometown of Boston, Massachusetts to Cleveland, Ohio, where I started my first […]
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We Know Diversity is Good for Business, So Why Do Corporate Leaders Remain Predominantly White and Male? An examination of diversity in senior leadership roles at America’s top companies by Jessica Baron, PhD, @baronatrix THE CASE FOR DIVERSITY Diversity is more than just a buzzword, it’s a recipe for corporate success. Multiple studies have shown that a more […]
So you’ve RSVP’d to an upcoming job fair. You may now be thinking How do I make the most of it? Congratulations! Your priorities are in the right place. Preparation and forward-thinking will get you noticed. The number of talented job seekers at these events can be overwhelming, so we’ve prepared this guide to help […]